He was taken to Nottingham magistrates court and is being held in their cells awaiting deportation. It is believed that this young man has been given no legal advice nor has his family been informed of what is happening to him.
Whilst at the police station on Wednesday, a young vietnamese male Tuananh Nguyen was led away by police in handcuffs he is 25 years old and has a wife and baby.
He was taken to Nottingham magistrates court and is being held in their cells awaiting deportation. It is believed that this young man has been given no legal advice nor has his family been informed of what is happening to him. We are asked to "please spread the word and bring this to as many peoples attention that you can".
If anyone finds out anything more, please can you email email@example.com
On the Nottingham Refugee Campaign Group website, they say please support at:
"Gathering at Point of Disappearance - Nottingham Central Police Station,
corner of Shakespeare Street and North Church Street
every Wednesday and Thursday 12.00pm to 2.00pm
"We need your solidarity and support. We don't want to be forcibly deported. We seek asylum rights under international laws. We don't want our children to be taken from us. We don't want the door to close on our education and other needs in our lives. This policy of 'forced removals' is against every human rights principle. We need you to support us and protest with us to challenge the deportation policy."
Nottingham Protest against Deportations
On last saturday, in Market Sq, there was a protest, specifically about those now being sent back to Northern Iraq (Kurdistan).
This is an ongoing situation of course, and you might see earlier postings at:
and the Regional Labour Party Offices getting occupied to draw attention to the issue at:
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